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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 36, Part 2 (Wilderness-Cold Harbor)
Page 18 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter XLVIII.

Return of Casualties in the Union forces, &c.- Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

UNATTACHED

CAVALRY.

........ 2 ........ 3

1st U. S. Colored

2nd U. S. Colored 1 2 1 4

Total unattached 1 4 1 7

cavalry

PONTONIERS.

Captain JOHN

PICKERING, Jr.

Massachusetts

Heavy Artillery,

13th Company ........ ........ ........ .........

Total Army of 37 572 171 3,589

James

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate.

UNATTACHED

CAVALRY.

........ ........ 5

1st U. S. Colored

2nd U. S. Colored ........ ........ 8

Total unattached ........ ........ 13

cavalry

PONTONIERS.

Captain JOHN

PICKERING, Jr.

Massachusetts

Heavy Artillery,

13th Company ......... ........ ..........

Total Army of 40 1,540 5,958

James

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

CONNECTICUT.

Lieutenant George Metcalf, 1st Battery.

Captain Horatio D. Eaton, 6th Infantry.

Captain Jay P. Wilcox, 6th Infantry.

Lieutenant William T. Bradley, 6th Infantry.

Lieutenant Frank Hull, 7th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles A. Wood, 7th Infantry.

Captain John McCall, 8th Infantry.

Lieutenant Levi C. Bingham, 8th Infantry.

Lieutenant Alfred M. Goddard, 8th Infantry.

Colonel Arthur H. Dutton, 21st Infantry.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Lieutenant Henry W. Jackson, 1st Cavalry.

ILLINOIS.

Captain James Wifhtman, 39th Infantry.

Lieutenant Joseph D. Walker, 39th Infantry.

INDIANA.

Lieutenant Alfred Dawdy, 13th Infantry.

MAINE.

Lieutenant William Brannan, 11th Infantry.

MASSACHUSETTS.

Lieutenant Colonel John G. Chambers, 23rd Infantry.

Lieutenant Richard P. Wheeler, 23rd Infantry.

Lieutenant Edgar Clough, 24th Infantry.

Lieutenant Mason A. Rea, 24th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles G. Ward, 24th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles E. Upton, 25th Infantry.

Captain Charles D. Sanford, 27th Infantry.

Lieutenant Pliny Wood, 27th Infantry.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Captain James H. Platt, 2nd Infantry.

Captain Henry C. Ayer, 3rd Infantry.

Captain Richard Ela, 3rd Infantry.

Lieutenant Eugene J. Button, 3rd Infantry.

Major Charles W. Sawyer, 4th Infantry.

Lieutenant John A. Eaton, 10th Infantry.

NEW JERSEY.

Colonel Abram Zabriskie, 9th Infantry.

Captain Edwin S. Harris, 9th Infantry.

Captain Joseph B. Lavrence, 9th Infantry.

Lieutenant Edward S. Carrell, 9th Infantry.


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